Why would we?
The eBay auctions are still selling for over $100, and even if they drop the price will go back up once it's OOS at GS once again.
The only way that would change is if they majorly overproduced the set afterall and there ends up being a ton of them on the market. I don't expect that, but I certainly wouldn't feel stupid about it. If it's limited to any sort of small number, it'll be a $100 seller for quite some time, especially once the current GS stock is depleted.
You realize you're talking about scapler prices. Which is whatever someone is willing to pay for something.
I'm talking about retail MSRP.
eBAY is a horrible example to use. People on ebay will pay $9,000 dollars to play a COD game a few days before street date,do those imbeciles represent a whole?
My statment is based on the game in general and how the disc version is broke on release. The game is almost unplayable for $70 dollars why would you want to pay $30 more for a game that still needs to be patched?
I can understand hardcore collectors might but you're talking two different kinds of groups one that wants to collect and one that just wants to play the game and have the bonus swag.